Improved Production heads to Lakeside.
Four weeks on from their previous outing at Queensland Raceway, the Queensland Improved Production Championships resumes, this weekend, at Lakeside Park.
In the last round of the series, Ray Hislop dominated the weekend. He scored pole position, and then won all four races.
Hislop finished well clear of Kyle Organ-Moore, who was a comfortable second for the whole weekend.
With neither driver entered for this round of the championship, the door is open for someone else to step up and fight for victory.
Six different manufacturers are represented in the field, with BMW having the strongest representation, and it’s three of their six entry that are expected to fight it out for top honours this weekend.
Ashley Hooper and Jason Clements are back on the grid, as well as Justin Wade, who returns after a mixed weekend at Queensland Raceway, where he scored a third place finish in Race 1, fourth in Race 4, but failed to finish in the other two races.
Aside from Wade, Taylor Hurfurd, Nicholas Jukes, Damien Croston and Brock Paine are the only other drivers, who contested the Queensland Raceway round, also competing at Lakeside.
While the BMW brigade will fight for outright honours in the Over 2 Litre division, Brock Paine will come into this round, in his Nissan Silvia, looking to continue his strong form in the Under 2 Litre division, and will be up against Mark Hyde and Shane Satchwell in the fight for class honours.
The thirteen car field will contest four races this weekend – all of which will be eight laps in length.